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Thursday, July 7, 2011

Capriotti's Sandwich Shop, Mission Valley

Due to some unfortunate circumstances, I haven't had time to post lately. And because of this, this post actually happened over a month ago. Better late than never as they say. Good thing is the photos of the sandwiches from Capriotti's Sandwich Shop in Mission Valley/San Diego are still relevant as they still sell them. It's some of their popular sandwiches for sure.

Capriotti's Sandwich Shop in Mission Valley/San Diego

Having read the reviews, I was immediately drawn to The Bobbie. The Bobbie is homemade turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and mayo. It's basically Thanksgiving dinner wrapped into one sandwich. I'm not big into traditional Thanksgiving food, except maybe ham. I can't say it was great, but it was pretty decent. In general, it's a light meal. The Cheese Steak with mushrooms on the other hand was pretty damn good. But that's a post for another day...

Capriotti's Sandwich Shop in Mission Valley/San Diego

The others got the Capastrami sandwich. The Capastrami is hot pastrami, Swiss cheese, Russian dressing and cole slaw. The first image is with cole slaw and the next is without. My buddy had the slaw on the side instead of in the sandwich. I got the chance to taste this and thought is was pretty good. I should have gotten this instead of the Bobbie as I love pastrami. But I don't like ordering the same meal as everyone. I know, weird huh? Oh, all sandwiches were nine inches...

Capriotti's Sandwich Shop in Mission Valley/San Diego

Capriotti's Sandwich Shop in Mission Valley/San Diego

Since this trip, I've came here one other time. I tried the Cheese Steak and thought is was excellent. And that post will happen within the next few weeks. All in all, I'm a fan. It's great to see some kind of sandwich shop in the Mission Valley area. So, check them out.

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Capriotti's Sandwich Shop
1620 Camino De La Reina
San Diego, Ca 92108

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